"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
I just googled this place (after seeing that excellent truck on your other blog!) so now I can't use the "best flour by a damn site" quote (though I just did)
Click on the "Location" (just below the last photo) to get directions on Google maps.
193 years!? That's older than I am. Yikes.Seriously, this is a nice series of shots of a nice-looking place and I love the fact that the owner doesn't wait around crabbing when work needs to be done!
This is a nice series, Andy! Looks like a nice place (and it's older than I am!). I also like the fact that the boss pitches in when there's work to be done!
It's still old than both us together:-)
Wow this is just fantastic! These grass roots mills are so rare today..a true slice of authentic Americana
I'm off to check the location! Great pics of this place, Andy.
You find the most interesting small towns!It is refreshing to see a small operation like this still going strong.
Great serie Andy. Make some more.
Wow! The only mill I've ever seen is at a state park and they start it up from time to time to show us some history. Nice to see this one is still up and running.
An interesting spot!